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To make the upcoming major release feature-rich, we keep adding new features almost every week. Force Early Return in Java Debugger The Java debugger in the new EAP build got a new action called Force Early Return. Now you can force … Continue reading
Today we have just released a fresh IntelliJ IDEA 14 EAP build, as always packed with new features and enhancements. Everything what’s new is listed on the download page, but we’d like to highlight several improvements and explain them with a … Continue reading
It happens quite often, that version control is used by people working on different platforms. This is why problems with line endings may appear. If you ever read the article from GitHub, you might already know, that Git can automatically … Continue reading
Sometimes there is a need to have multiple Git repositories within a single project. Since long ago IntelliJ IDEA is able to execute many Git operations on all roots at once: Commit, Update Project, Push. Now multi-repository support has come … Continue reading
Lightweight and fast branches are one of the major features and advantages of Git. We in Jetbrains want to make workflow with branches even more convenient and simple than it is in command line. You might have noticed that in … Continue reading
The most exciting news for me is that now in forthcoming IntelliJ IDEA 11, we show Git revisions graph! Now that IntelliJ IDEA can visualize commits links, we’ve added context actions to tag a commit, create (and checkout) new branch, and checkout … Continue reading
Helo guys, We know that many of you are keen on GitHub and use gists in your everyday work. We are excited to tell you that now you can share your code instantly from the IDE. Here is a small … Continue reading
There’s been a number of new things we’ve added in IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 related to version control support. You can try them already in a latest EAP build. And here’s a quick overview. Do not forget things… TODO! Now you … Continue reading
Hello guys, We’ve already described the basic GitHub integration features on IntelliJ IDEA before. Here comes more advanced stuff. We’ve made lots of improvements since then, but the main new thing to talk about is GitHub rebase support. GitHub provides … Continue reading
It is snowing outside our office but it is getting hotter and hotter inside. Guess why? That’s right, releases are getting nearer. RubyMine team did theirs yesterday. IntelliJ IDEA 10 is close enough too. Indeed, we’ve just published IntelliJ IDEA … Continue reading